It basically looks OK. One thing is the No Vector Font errors on that “Scaru” text. Text in the signal layers needs to be in a vector font. Select the text and change the type to VECTOR. Also, there are two SCARUS on top of each other on the blue layer. Delete one of them. Or put the text on the silk screens, not in etch.
Seeds design rule file says 12 mil min drill size, their web site says .3mm (11.8 mil). That’s causing the drill size errors.
Other than those, it looks like it might fly. The clearance and overlap errors seem to be due to the drilling into polygons, etc.
Not bad for a first run with Eagle. It’s been a long time (and a lot of versions) since I tinkered with it, but I don’t remember it being the most intuitive program
1 ) The text on the top silk-screen is off the board - it will be cut off
2 ) Not sure if it was your intent or not, but the 4 emitters are not centered on the PCB - they’re shifted to the right quite a bit
3 ) No via’s for the thermal pads? Or maybe they’re in the design and you just didn’t export/create the NC-Drill file?
And change the name of the E$5 net to something meaningful…
I would also do the wiring to the left hand leds the same as the right hand ones (connections to the LED power pins) Run the connections vertically and don’t come into the LEDs via those little nubs. That tiny gap between the power etches and the LED pads is not a good thing.
Also, bring the etch into that E$5 pad in at an angle. It is currently forming a very acute angle with the hexagonal pad… that is known as an acid trap. Also, if you can, try to avoid right angle turns in an etch. Not as important these days, but it is good form.